Audrey is a published author. Her first book, You Don’t Say: Navigating Nonverbal Communication between the Sexes (Prentice Hall, 2004) was published in six languages. She also co-authored Code Switching: How to Talk so Men will Listen (Penguin-Alpha Books, 2009) and The Gender Communication Handbook: Conquering Conversational Collisions Between Men and Women (Pfeiffer 2012). Audrey is the gender communication blogger for Psychology Today and the co-chair of Mile High Society of Human Resource Management Interpersonal PDG: Relationship Management, Global & Cultural Effectiveness, Communication.
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Audrey opened the Society of Human Resource Mile High conference with A Woman’s Guide to Leadership: It was awesome, engaging and empowering.
Dr Nelson covers a huge variety of communication aspects that impact job effectiveness, listener perception and paths to success. This information from A Women’s Guide to Leadership will be a valuable addition to my toolbox.
It was such a pleasure seeing you and having you speak to our wonderful group here at Brocade again. I’ve received wonderful feedback and the team absolutely loved you and your presentation. Again, such a treat to have you and hope you enjoyed your time with us as well.
Thank you so much for making our smart meeting at the Ritz Carlton in Denver such a huge success! You added so much value-hope to see you again.
We received so much good feedback from your session, and I myself have shared with others several points you made during the day. Your program was an outstanding experience for all of us!
Audrey – thank you for a wonderful presentation on Smart Talk: Credibility, Power, and Communication. Your message really transcends gender, race etc… I appreciate your professional delivery, presentation, and the opportunity for class room discussion. My only regret is that we didn’t have more time.